The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920 Page: 5 of 8
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PERSONAL AND LOCAL
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con-
sumers Supply Company.
o gauonS. coal oil 90c at Con
stimers Supply Company.
Jimmie Spiller wa:
New Sperling Dresses just in at
the B. M. H. Mercantile Co
5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con
sumers Supply Companj
a gallons coal oil 90c at Con-
sumers Supply Company.
M rs. H. C. Ammons went to
Hico, Texas, this week to se-i her
mother, who is sick.
A beautiful lino of new House
dresses. You will like them. Come
in and see. B. M. B. Co.
On Jan. 24th a blue eyed boy
by the name of Lee Franklin ar-
rived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Rhea i t Birney, Mont
Mrs. Claud Young and her little
son, Claud Jr., went to Shattuck
last week on a visit,accompanying
Mrs. Wesley Rippy home after the
latter had visited Mrs. Young in
Our spring suits in very latest
materials and designs are arriv-
ing daily at Everybody's.
A. 0. Buckner and Sam McAd-
ams were in Pampa Monday on
business and visiting at the home
of Bill Evans.
A nice shipment of Middies and
Middy Dresses just arrived at
Mrs. John Cureton has returned
t:om Pueblo, Colo-*. where she
\vf,g called by the <! -nth of her
Attention to people who sell
cream: On Feb. 21st we will start
to buy cream. We will have a spe-
cial man on that date to start us
right. Bring your cream to the
Panhandle Co-Operative Co. Sat-
urday, Feb. 21st.
J. P. Zelezzie, formerly manager
of the Harvey Eating House of Ca-
nadian and lat,> of th<> Adolphns
R( tel of Dallv;, will take the
management of the Moody Hotel
in this city Ma.v'i 1st when Mi
and Mrs. Geo. Owen:; retire.
E. L. Nims left Canadian Mon-
day on a business trip to Kansas
Several shipment'.-; .tl S. L..& G.
D; esses have no.v arrived. Trey
are new and interesting at Every-
The new Florsheim and Nettle-
ton shoes are in. Come in and let
us fit you. B. M. B. Mercantile Co
E. C. Love, representing the
Amarillo Daily News, was in Cana-
dian last Thursday.
New spring pumps and oxford0
in all widths to fit your reet. Call
and be fitted. B. M. B. Mercantile
,J. T. Hensley was in from Gem
Saturday with a load of grain and
made a pleasant call at the Rec-
Special Saturday and Monday:
30c cans tomatoes 25c. Red salmon
45c cans for 40c. Peaberry coffee
45c per pound. Buy your groceries
at Panhandle Co-Operative Co.
FOR SALE—Columbia disc graph-
ophone and about thirty records.
Will play 12-inch records. Phone
ORDER THAT EASTER SUIT
I have just received the English-American
line of samples. Come in and look them
over while you can get your choice and
You get your suit pressed twice free when
you biiY from us.
CARTER'S TAILOR SHOP
FOR SALE—Fancy canaries at a
bargain. Phone 331. I8tf
FOR SALiE—200 Ramboulett ewes
and 100 high grade Hampshires;
about 150 lambs now and more
dropping. I deBire to sell them at
once. W. D. Durfrey, Childress,
Texas, Arlie Rt. Phone R. 4 Well-
FOR SALE—We are now booking
orders for Nancy Hall, Southern
Queen, Buckskin Yam and Black
Spanish potato slips (3 early
kinds). Will have cabbage, toma-
to and pepper plants. T. Jones and
Co., Clarendon, Texas.
FOR SALE—No. 1 Alfalfa hay in
ton lots or more delivered Cjyia-
dian $32.50, or $26.50 at the farm.
Phone Gem, Texas. J. U. Thiers-
We will hold a public auction sale at the Geo. A. Gruver place, 4 miles east of Mendota, 12
miles southwest of Canadian, Vi mile northwest of the Hart school house on
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commencing promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property:
7 Jersey Cows
2 Jersey Heifers coming fresh
2 white face Cows, one with calf
1 Hereford Bull
8 coming yearlings, part steers
HORSES AND MULES
3 good Mares 7 and 8 years old
6 head of mules
1 coming 2 year old colt
1 coming yearling Colt
4 big boned Poland China Brood Sows, reg-
1 big boned Poland China Boar, registered
22 Pigs, subject to registration.
150 Chickens, mostly R. I. Reds.
1 six-horse Fairbanks Morse Engine
1 Kelly Duplex Grinder
1 Fe^J Cutter
1 Grain Grinder
1 McCormick Row Binder
1 Johnson Row Binder
1 Deering Broad Cast Binder
2 Gang Plows
2 two-row Planters
2 Stirring Plows
1 Clod Crusher
2 Wagons, Studebaker and Fort Smith
1 Ford Car
1 set Blacksmith Tools
2 sets Harness
Household goods and numerous other articles
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
111 ■ i
' All sums under $10 cash without discount. On sums over $10 a discount of 5 per cent #111 be
given for cash, or a credit of ten months at 10 -per cent interest on approved security.
Amnions & Uzzell
At The Center of Cana-
dian's Clothing Activities
Headquarters:for high grade Men'* , Wear.
favorably known by the following celebrated lines of
merchandise which we handle:
B. Stetson Hats1111 , 111;
Edwin Clapp Shoes
t Geo. P. Ide Shirts and Collars
1 ' Superior Underwear t r' >•
Ripon Gloves Bradley Sweaters
We carry at all times 'k- complete line of
EVERYTHING THAT MEN WEAR
plus Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
New Goods Nearly Every Day Service and Quality Our Hobby
WHERE THE MEN TRADE
FOR SALE—A fine Jersey cow.
Expect her to be fresh in two
weeks. If sold before that event
price will be $85. Dr. White. Tele-
WANTED—A position on a ranch
or on a farm as housekeeper. Good
cook and good worker. Will give
reference. Would accept a place
in town. Address Mrs. Daisy
Jones, Amaril'o, Texas, general
WANTED—100 hea'd of cattle to FOR SALE—A windmill tower
feed till spring. J. U. Thierstein.jand tank. Call 291. Mrs. Thomas
Phone Gem, Texas. 20pd Hi ley. 183tpd
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One 10
YOUNG MAN wishes position
20 Titan tractor in excellent con-[driving truck. Any make. Two
dition. Call 507F3 or write L. S. years experience in driving and
Burnett, Canadian. 183t garage work. C. Glasgow, City.
TAKEN UP—Bay mare„ mule,
weight' about 1050. Owner can
| have same by paying charges. In- j
quire at J. A. Stiilwell's wagon;
iyanl, Canadian. 184tpd
• FOR SALE—A good dress makers ,
; form in good condition and price
reasonable. Phone 245. 17-3t
FOR SALE—A 1918 model 7-pas-
senger Buick with new winter top
on. In good condition. Has been
driveii 7,500 miles. See J. S.
Hood. 1 Gtf
FOR SALE—Ford delivery car in
good condition. Priced right,
Phone 216. 16tf
FOR SALE—New model 1894
Winchester repeating rifle, 30-30
caliber, 26 inch barrel. Price $30.
inquire C. A. Studer, phone 28,
FOR SALE—1918 model Ford
touring car in first class condition,
equipped with demountable rims,
extra casing, one man top, and a
number of other accessories. C
A. Studer, phone 28.
FOR SALE—Oil leases close in to
Hopkins well. Chas. Tipps. I5tf
FOR RENT—one bedroom down
stairs. Close in near pogtoffice.
Mrs. R. Bussell. •
FOUND—Fountain pen. Own-
er may have same by describing
property and paying for this not-
ice. Record office.
FOR SALE—Several houses close
in; some good values in ranch and
farm property; a second hand
Ford. C. H. Shaller & Sons.
We may be mistaken many, times
but given the opportunity we will
never fail to satisfy a customer.
Our business depends on your sat-
We most earnestly solicit your
patronage. We will meet your ev-
ery hardware need.
That is why you are more than,
THt HOUbE. Of-
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Loomis, L. P. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920, newspaper, February 5, 1920; Canadian, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125435/m1/5/: accessed August 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.